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Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
will guarantee success in school, but she does believe it will leep them. >> people in west virginia are getting the okay to turn on their faucets but hundreds of thousands more are coming up on a week without safe tap water. we'll speak to one of them that's next. and ugly words from israel. the country's defense minister calls secretary of state john kerry messy and obsessive. produce more, better. so we -- we are talking about activists show the >> welcome back everyone to al jazeera america. here is a look at your top stories. pollpoll will reopen for egypt's vote for the constitutional referendum. >>> 11 people have decide between suprem security and pro. >> governor chris christie said that mistakes were made and they let down the people they were entrusted to serve. but the political pay back traffic scandal does not define his team or the state of new jersey. >>> a student in ro roswell, new mexico, open fired on two students. police say a staff member asked the shooter to drop the shut gun at one point, which he did. the shooter is now in custody. no word on the motive. >>>
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 3:00pm PST
virginia, area was cleared to use tap water today, six days after a chemical spill. a near-total ban has now been lifted for 35% of some 300,000 customers. u.s. senator joe manchin said today he thinks the entire system should be back up and running by tomorrow. new jersey governor chris christie has apologized again for a scandal involving allegations of political retribution by his staff. christie had already denied any role in closing part of a busy bridge, to punish a democratic mayor. today, the potential republican presidential contender addressed the issue at the outset of his state of the state address, in trenton. >> mistakes were clearly made and, as a result, we let down the people we're entrusted to serve. i know our citizens deserve better, much better. i'm the governor. i'm ultimately responsible for all that happens on my watch both good and bad. >> woodruff: christie said he will cooperate with state and federal investigations, but he insisted his administration -- and lawmakers -- will not let the issue sidetrack the state's priorities. french president francois holl
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 2:00pm PST
that left hundreds of thousands of west virginia residents without safe water. it began on her vacation in europe on the day she arrived in london. someone set up a bogus hotspot, stole her identity and opened some credit cards in her name. but she's not worried. checking her experian credit report and score allowed her to better address the issue ...and now, she can move right in. experian. live credit confident. when i first started shopping for a hybrid... i didn't even look at anything else. i just assumed you went and bought a prius. so this time around we were able to do some research and we ended up getting a ford... which we love. it's been a wonderful switch. it has everything that you could want in a car. it's the most fun to drive... because it's the most hi tech inside... i think this c-max can run circles around the prius... the biggest difference would definitely be the acceleration of the car... if you can get someone to test-drive a c-max... they would end up buying this more times than not. did you run into traffic? no, just had to stop by the house to grab a f
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 5:00pm EST
axelrod. thanks for coming on. >> thank you. melissa: coming up the ordeal that left west virginia residents without water for five days isn't over yet. the massive chemical spill is heading up river right now and threatening every town in its path. stick around to hear how cincinnati's mayor is taking action tonight. more "money" coming up. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] you're watching one of the biggest financial services cpanies in the country at work. hey. thanks for coming over. hey. [ male annouer ] how did it come to be? yours? ah. not anymore. it's a very short story. come on in. [ male announcer ] by meeting you more than halfway. it's how edward jones makesense of investing. [ she loves a lot ofy meeting it's what you love about her. but your erectile dysfunction - that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the onlyaily ed tablet approvedo treat ed and symptoms obph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your docto
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm PST
squares. >>> last week's toxic chemical spill in west virginia's elk river left 300,000 people without clean tap water for days. cincinnati, ohio, plans to stop using water from the ohio river to protect its city from the dangerous chemicals. the facility where the spill occurred had not been inspected for 20 years. what of the officials who knew of the toxic chemicals were sitting there? they did nothing. the lesson gleaned by john boehner who hails from cincinnati, ohio, the same place they are literally turning off the taps today, the lesson according to him is less regulation. no not more inspections, not more accountability, not more safety. none of that. when asked this morning about the west virginia disaster and whether republicans had maybe gone too far in their deregulatory zeal, speaker boehner said this. >> the issue is this. we have enough regulations on the books. what the administration ought to be doing is doing their jobs. why wasn't this plant inspected since 1991? i'm confident that there are regulations already on the books to protect the health and safety of the am
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 4:00pm EST
from illinois, senator joe manchin from west virginia, senator saxy chambliss from georgia, senator michael bennet from colorado, senator roy blunt from missouri, senator mazie hirono from hawaii, senator mark begich of alaska, senator orwin hatch from utah, senator ron wyden from oregon. so you can see a great group, absolutely bipartisan, equal number of republicans and democrats from across the united states have joined together here, recognizing that people are concerned about their privacy, and we need to make sure that their privacy is protected. so i'd like to make a few introductory comments here, with the help of these charts, and then turn to my colleague from minnesota for her comments as well. you know, we have seen with the n.s.a., with the i.r.s., with the affordable care act, with a whole range of issues that people feel with what's going on, not only with government but technology, that their privacy is at risk these days, and it's very much a concern. many people don't realize that this event data recorder is in their car. it records all kinds of information about t
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 12:00pm PST
in west virginia could make the way down the ohio river and reaching cincinnati within hours. city officials say they're taking steps to make sure the water supply remains safe. >>> almost 200,000 west virginians still face a tap water ban today. >>> reteam sales up.2%. economists say a nearly 2% drop in car and truck sale is to blame. and mixed reaction to this. the chicago cubs' first mascot. he is one of four big league teams without a mascot until yesterday. one team official said clark is young and friendly. but one writes, he looks a lot like the paranoid bear. >>> police in colorado say emergency workers have taken four students and one teacher to the hospital after some sort of chemical device as they describe it, went off inside a classroom at that school. it happened about three hours ago at sky view academy just south of denver. cops say they evacuated the school. police didn't give any more information about this device. they say they do not know whether it was an accident or somebody set it off on purpose for some reason. let's get to will carr in our colorado newsroom
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 2:00pm EST
texas is recognized. mr. farenthold: thank you, very much. as the gentleman from virginia and the gentleman from maryland have pointed out, this is common sense, good government bill that has strong national security implication. and i'm going to urge to -- i'm going to urge all my colleagues to support it. again, even though it was included in the omnibus that's coming through, that's one year, this creates permanent law where we continue to do this necessary and appropriate oversight at a fraction of a percent of cost to the budget. absolutely a phenomenal bill that we all need to get behind and support. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from maryland. mr. cummings: i yield myself such time as i may consume as i close. mr. speaker, i take this moment mr. lynch and certainly our chairman, chairman issa for this bipartisan effort. it just makes sense. there are certain things that happen that we see in government that need correcting. and this is one of those things. and the fact that we have now put a spotlight on it and thr
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
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CNN
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
virginia. federal inspectors right now are on site. all of this as house speaker john boehner says the industry doesn't need more regulation. plus, the home of justin bieber. raided today, wait for it, over the egging of a neighbor's home. these are the aerials of his mansion. this is a felony investigation now. we will explain. we'll take you there. ♪epic classical music stops ♪music resumes music stops ♪music resumes [announcer] if your dog can dream it. purina pro plan can help him achieve it. nutrition that performs. >>> a little bit more relief from some folks in west virginia, who have gone without water for five long days. a do not use was lifted again for yet another zone. west virginia american water company said the south ridge, south side area near charleston has been given the all-clear. but nearly 2/3 of the people affected are still waiting to use their taps here. it has prompted preventative measures. cincinnati has stopped taking water from the ohio river until traces of the chemical have passed them by. then you have two kentucky water systems doing the exact sam
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am PST
good things. >> it is virginia. >> it's a purple state. ed will be fine. i remember ed and i talking about a possibility of his running for office one day when i was national chairman and encouraged him then i encourage him now. i think it will be a competitive campaign. and i think of all of the republican candidates who could go for this seat at this time, given the makeup of virginia, ed is one who can have a controversy across the spectrum of voters out there who can talk to the folks in the south and southwestern portions of virginia just as he can with the folks in northern virginia. he'll be fine. >> thank you very much. thank you michael steele and ed rendell. want to live in the real life alpha house? now is your chance. there is a vacancy, chuck schumer is seeking a candidate as george miller announce he is retiring this year. they've been sharing the d.c. crash pad for 21 years, as you know it is the -- what set the scene for alpha house, the amazon online video. as senator schumer tweeted, seeking roommate 20 terms in the house and unmatched record preferred. lover of col
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am PST
and health subcommittee of the virginia state senate unanimously passed one of three pending bills to designate the sea as both the ec and the currency of japan in school textbooks the other two pending bills contain similar stipulations and are also likely to be approved with strong bipartisan support. if passed by the full senate the bill will take effect on july first. pres about today is set to continue her sales diplomacy dr that she embarks on a nine day trip to india and switzerland on wednesday the presidential office correspondence wasn't explains but president fox aims to accomplish during her state visits to the two countries. president will have to stop preventing her vision for creative economy and securing greater foreign investment in korea during her trip to india and switzerland. and yet precedent that will hold bilateral talks to prime minister manmohan singh to discuss ways to further develop the cheap entries cooperation in various fields reaching for economic affairs to science and information communications technology. it is the world's second largest market with
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am PST
virginia's toxic water crisis is becoming a major problem for other states, as well. in ohio and kentucky. officials are now worried that contaminated water could flow into the ohio river. as a precaution, they even closed intake valves that feed the water supply in some cities along the river, including cincinnati. >> we have the ability anyway, the technology to clean the water, regardless, but we would rather not take the risk or spend the money to clean it. >> in west virginia, some residents are again allowed to start using the tap water, but about 200,000 others have not been given the all-clear. jean casarez is in charleston, west virginia. what's happening with the water supply down the ohio river, jean? >> reporter: well, wolf, here's the situation. this is the elk river right behind me, which is the water source for the people here in charleston, west virginia and nine counties. the elk river feeds into the canal river, which feeds into the ohio river. and so ohio's water authority has shut off two valves, just as a precaution. now, their water companies do have reserve
Comedy Central
Jan 14, 2014 9:30am PST
virginia. it is my favorite of the directional virginias. step it up, eastern south. that's right, folks. i was so concerned when the liberal media made a big stink out of a merely large stink. jim? >> some 300,000 people in west virginia are facing now a fifth day without tap water after a chemical spill contaminated their water supply. >> the only appropriate use is toilet flushing. so flushing your commode would be appropriate but don't make baby formula with it, don't brush your teeth with it, don't wash with it, don't shower with it. >> a group of west virginiaians whont who can't shower, brush their teeth or feed their babies, you've got your next hit. folks, the leak's toxin is something called 4 4-methylcyclohexane methanol which is used to wash coal before it goes to market in something called the froth flotation process and causes nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. so whether you are a lump of coal or a human, expect some froth flotation. (laughter) now the chemical came from a storage facility run by something called freedom industries. to west virginiaians, if you've got uncontrolla
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am PST
west virginia, of course. so now about 35,000 residents, they can actually start turning on the taps. that still leaves about 200,000 folks who are waiting for the all-clear. they had to use bottled water to wash their hands, brush their teeth, cook, drink, everything. all of this since thursday after a chemical poured out of a storage facility and into the nearby elk river. today officials in neighboring ohio are taking steps to keep that contaminated water out of their water supply. they're closing two intake valves, temporarily preventing the water from the ohio river from entering their treatment plant. they say it's strictly a precautionary measure. people in the cincinnati tristate area are being told that the water is safe. >>> precious resource of water is also the focus of this "bacteria bacteria your world" today. helping bringing water to those most in need. watch. ♪ >> reporter: this celebration in india has a very special guest. matt damon. but the oscar-winning actor isn't the big news of the day. the new water pump is stealing the spotlight. and damon's charity made
Comedy Central
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am PST
from west virginia, my water and i -- [laughter] , filtered down from the mountains of appalachia through the crisp clear streams through the reservoirs, i love this. the ice is even made from west virginia. i don't want it to be one bit diluted. 100% pure west virginia transparent gold. let me take a sizable gulp while you watch this clip. >> 300,000 people in west virigina v- are told to stay away from their tap water, not use it for anything. a chemical spill may have contaminated the drinking water. [ laughter ] >> jon: sorry, i was enjoying this delicious water so much i missed what they were saying. what were they saying? >> a chemical spill in the elk river may have contaminated the drinking water. >> jon: okay, i heard it that time. [laughter] i did taste something just a skosh difference. an undertone just a sous sant, a note of -- >> residents noticed something was wrong when the water smelled like licorice. >> jon: there was that smell and also the water game them explosive diarrhea and vomitting. how do you get that with a fracking in candy land? how does this happen?
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am PST
west virginia are finally be lifted. service has been fully restored to about 35,000 homes. a short time after francois hollande addresses rumors of the affair and refused to talk about his personal life and said that personal affairs must be dealt with in private. he also said that he's going to be responding to questions over the status of his relationship with his first lady before a planned trip to washington in february. >>> also right now, a developing story, a live look outside pop star justin bieber's home. the l.a. county sheriff's department says that in his justice served a felony vandalism warrant in connection with a recent egging incident involving bieber's neighbor's house. investigators are expect the to be looking for things like security camera video. so far at this point no comment from the biebs. >>> the supreme court is poised to hear argument tomorrow on whether buffer zones around abortion clinics violate protesters rights to free speech. this comes as the court declined to hear an argument to reinstate arizona's ban on abortions after 20 weeks. reproductive a
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 12:00pm EST
the floor, that there are 300,000 people without drinking water in west virginia today in the greatest country on earth. not because there's too much regulation but because the regulations weren't good new years ago in west texas a fertilizer train blew up killing 15 people and injuring 160 people not because there was too much regulation but because there was poor regulation. in the area of our expertise, financial services, this economy was also devastated, not because there was too much regulation but because there was effectively no regulation on derivatives. complicated, large instruments that brought down institutions like ample i.g. and others because before dodd-frank you could go into a neighborhood and sell somebody a mortgage without asking for their income. we succeed and the economy succeeds because we do exactly this we find the right balance. we acknowledge that good regulation can save lives in texas, drinking water in west virginia, and prevent the destruction of $17 trillion of americans' wealth as occurred five years ago. so again i celebrate and thank my good friend
LINKTV
Jan 14, 2014 8:00am PST
after a chemical spill in the elk river that contaminates the water supply of west virginia's capital, will go to charleston to speak with renowned environmentalist erin brockovich who held a town hall meeting last night and shared her lessons from winning a legal battle against pacific gas & electric in california when they polluted her city's water supply. millions of americans are on the edge of a hunger cliff as republicans push for cuts to food stamps and unemployment benefits. >> politics? what's that? example.ve you an ronald reagan campaigning in 1980 and complaining about welfare queens. race on doesn't mention its surface. >> we will speak with professor ian haney lopez, author of the new book, "dog whistle politics: how coded racial appeals have reinvented racism & wrecked the middle class." all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. more than 200 south sudanese civilians have drowned in the white now river while attending to flee violence. an army spokesperson told afp as many as 300 people died in t
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am EST
. >>> after going five days without water to drink or shower finally some relief in west virginia. a chemical leak left much of the weert around the area undrinkable. chemicals that spilled from a tank owned by freedom industries, the company now facing a dozen class action lawsuits. >>> facing a series of scandals governor chris christie will deliver his state of the state address today in new jersey. last week we learned that ordering a lane closure of the george washington bridge and now there's a federal probe underway in how the governor used relief funds from superstorm sandy. the governor adding new meaning to that phrase stronger than a storm as these scandals continue to take hold. >> that's absolutely right, dell. we're here with other members of the national media and local media for the governor's state of the state speech. we're all going to be watching very closely for self-things. first of all his body language. how does he present himself? will he be contrite? will he mention the george washington bridge scandal, and the jersey shore scandal. because as you said dell
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 8:00am PST
people account for 30% of enrollees in new york, 27% of enrollees in maryland and virginia, 44% in washington, d.c. so really hitting those numbers that you say are needed and are better. what does that tell you in those examples what's happening? >> well, i think you have a very different response across the country, part of that is advertising, part of that is ease of use of the website. and i do think as we progress we know that young people who are healthy sort of put this at the back of their mind and tend to sign up like they do a lot of things sort of at the last minute, but the fact that some states like new york can really get to a high number suggests there is latent interest, and what we really have to do is stimulate that interest, advertise, and really inform these people they are going to get cheap rates because of the subsidies and that's something almost all the polling suggests they still haven't fully absorbed. >> what letter grade do you give the performance so far given the data? quickly, we got to go. >> i think we're at a "b," "b-plus." we had a "d" rollout of
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
. >>> water crisis for thousands of people in west virginia appears to be turning a corner. >> we're finally at a point where the "do not use" order has been lifted in several areas. >>> alex rodriguez is filing lawsuits against major league baseball and the players' union. >> it's not supported anywhere in the joint agreement or the collective bargaining agreement. there's no rhyme or reason to get to that number. >>> french president francois hollandee is is expected to be questioned today amid rumors that he had an affair with an actress. >>> cited for texting behind the wheel. >> all that -- >> prank, pastor gave a one-minute sunday sermon so he could watch the 49ers play. >> mitt romney busting a move. band covered psy gangnam style and all that matters. >>> hillary's team has compiled a list of democrats that betrayed or helped her career or as one guy put it hey, i'm on both lists. >>> on "cbs this morning." >>> the company behind japan's largest maker of whiskey, jim beam. >> of course, the owner of the japanese company woke up in an alley and said i did what? >> announcer: p
KRON
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
internet. rethink possible. >>darya: more residents in west virginia have been given the ok to use tap water that was contaminated by chemical spills. water officials say about 35 percent of affected customers had been cleared to turn their water back on. thursday's bill affecting 100,000 customers in the state or about 300,000 people and all. as of this morning and a large portion across the ninth effect affected counties remains in the to not use red zone. the house armed services committee is releasing hundreds of pages of classified documents on the attack on the u.s. compound in benghazi. they feature testimony from several key senior military officials agreed to september 11, 2012 attack killed u.s. ambassadors to libya chris stevens and three other americans. and the testimony, senior military official said there were general warnings about the possibility of terrorist attacks around world because of the 911 anniversary parade but there were no discussions related to any specific threat in libya. as a result, additional military assets were not deployed there. new this morning o
Univision
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
de personas en west virginia como agua consumible sale de los grifos luego de no usar 5 dÍas tras un derrame, la crisis que afectÓ a 300 mil residentes continÚa, porque solo se permitiÓ para 15% de la zona. las tiendas se quedaron sin agua embotelladas. en medio del escÁndalo chris christie ofrece el discurso sobre el estado de nueva jersey, lo hacen cuando se realizan dos investigaciones, la primera por uso indebido de fondos para las vÍctimas del huracÁn sandy. y hapropondrÁ extendrereo el horario escolar, la propuesta podrÍa enfrentarlo con los maes tros. >>> los en masa cuando fueron candidato a la pressidencia, pero no le dieron su respaldo, las personas mayores son las que se insicribien, y los jÓvenes lo hacen en un menor porcentacte, los adultos de 18 a 24 aÑos solo representan el 24% del total. y en medio de la crisis por la violencia que vive venezuela, el presidente maduro se centra en un plan para impulsar la cultura de la protecciÓn hacia los animales. para predicar con el ejemplo el mismo adopto un gato. la idea es rescatar al nimales que deambulan por las
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
, that contaminated drinking water in west virginia causing new problems, flowing downstream to even bigger cities. cincinnati now scrambling to close valves to protect its water supply. >>> possible breakthrough in the madeleine mccann case. are cops ready to make an arrest in one of the most puzzling high-profile crimes ever? police reportedly looking to question three suspected burglars. why this could be the biggest lead in the investigation so far. >>> and how she rolls. gisele caught on camera, baby in one arm driving a four-wheeler with the other. and no helmet. what gisele is saying now about the candid snapshots that have a lot of moms fired up this morning. >>> and good morning, america. welcome back to lara. nice flight home. >> mm-hmm. >> thank you. easy flight home and so happy to be here. >> excellent. >>> in the news right now. keeping our eye on a whole now weather system. i want to make sure i get this one right. saskatchewan screamer. i'm getting coached by the people if the control room. >> we've got some canadian help upstairs. >> where does the name come from? >>
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
from virginia. mr. warren: mr. president, are we in a quorum call? the presiding officer: we are. mr. warren: -- mr. warner: mr. president, i ask that the proceedings under the quorum call be dispensed with. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. warner: mr. president, today i rise to talk about the growing concern about washington inaction in behalf of our military families and veterans in virginia. as we all know, the senate and house passed the bipartisan budget act last month which hopefully will be a first step towards getting us back on the right track towards a functioning congress. but that that legislation, i, and i know many of my colleagues, were disappointed that it included a reduction in military pension cost-of-living adjustments for retired and medically retired service members. our servicemen and women deserve much better than seeing their pensions arbitrarily cut by lawmakers in washington. what was particularly disappointing was that this action singled out our military families and veterans disproportionately. now, yesterday evening the appropriations commi
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
went think that his monetary policies will work out? >> west virginia not able to have claim letter for about five days -- able to have the water for five days. this is part of the trade-off for less regulation? >> we have enough regulations on the books. what the administration ought to be doing is doing their jobs. why was this plan not expected since 1991 -- plant not inspected since 1991? i am confident that there are regulations in place to protect the record people. someone ought to be held accountable. we need to look at those regulations that are cumbersome, over-the-top, and costing the economy jobs. that is where our focus is, and should continue. lots of comments about jobs and a reminder of the senate with a procedural vote this afternoon. as on c-span2. we hope to be able to bring you some other comments before the house returns at noon eastern. they will be back to work on a short-term spending letter to allow the house and senate finished their work on that long-term spending bill for the rest of fiscal year 2014. also, coming up at 11:00 eastern but we will take you
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
protect the husband. >>> drinkable water is available to residents in a small west virginia community plagued by last week's chemical spill although most residents say they are still afraid to drink it. the once contaminated water is moving down stream. >>> the woman known as octomom is facing welfare fraud charges. prosecutors say nadia suleiman didn't claim nearly $30,000 from video and personal appearances while on public assistance. she's due in court friday, faces up to five years in jail if convicted. she has 14 children. >>> he devoted his entire state of the state to vermont's drug problem. we'll ask governor shumlan why coming up. this is kevin. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for him, he's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with him all day as he goes back to taking tylenol. i was okay, but after lunch my knee started to hurt again. and now i've got to take more pills. ♪ yup. another pill stop. can i get my aleve back yet? ♪ for my pain, i want my aleve. ♪ [ male announcer ] look for the easy-open red arthritis cap. [ sneeze
FOX
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
about west virginia's drinking water. about 35% of the people there have been cleared now to use their tap water this morning. most of them are saying, they are skeptical about drinking that water. last week, there was a chemical spill, a toxic spill from a storage facility on a nearby river. authorities say the site had not been inspected in more than a year and it could still be days before everyone is clear to use the -- cleeshed to use the water. >>> the rattling from an apparent ice quake still has people talking in wisconsin. dennis olson walked outside his home one night last week after hearing a very loud noise. he didn't see anything strange until the next morning. that's when he noticed a huge crack running 100 feet along his rural driveway. >> a boom. another one, a boom. what the heck? i thought maybe something blew up. >> well, experts say ice quakes can be caused in two ways. one happens when the ground gets so cold it cracks. the other and more likely cause is when water seeps through an existing crack, freezes and then expands. it's like putting a plastic water bo
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am EST
line reviews? a decision by a virginia judge might make them a thing of the past. joining us now from san francisco is the cyber security and hacker reporter for the wall street journal, who is targeting these companies? is it one person or a group behind them all or something that's common enough that it can be done by a number of hackers? >> the answer is both. investigators are still looking into it in both the u.s. secret service and a unit at verizon communications investigating. they have not outed any particular group as the group behind this, but people i've talked to who used to be in federal law enforcement, familiar with hacker investigations say what's happening here where you're stealing a bunch of credit card numbers is all the hall marks of something tied to organized crime which they use as a source of revenue. >> that won't hurt consumers, if it's just the credit card numbers there indemnified by they're basically not charged for what people use their credit cards for that they didn't do, but is the big danger here identity theft? >> that is a possibility here, n
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
. martha: good news in west virginia. the water is back on for a few of the 300,000 people there after last week's chemical spill made the water supply unusable. officials say folks will need to flush their home plumbing systems before using that water. but a lot of folks say they are still understandably quite sceptical. >> wound up flush for hours and it's still coming up blue. there is so much of this stuff that we collected in bottles here and it sticks to the side of the gold. i would love to take a shower. that's what i have been waiting to do. the water is clearly unsafe. i don't want to drink it. i don't want to bathe tonight. martha: the water company is providing a map on their web sites showing the areas where the ban is being lifted. bill: newly declassified documents show president obama's closest military advisers knew within 15 minutes it was terrorism on september 11. ohio congressman brad wenstrup was asking questions of general ham at that hearing. i should point out you also served at abu grape in iraq for a while. as the military person i'm on southerned some
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
contaminated drinking water in west virginia causing new problems, flowing downstream to even bigger cities. cincinnati now scrambling to close valves to protect its water supply. >>> possible breakthrough in the madeleine mccann case. are cops ready to make an arrest in one of the most puzzling high-profile crimes ever? police reportedly looking to question three suspected burglars. why this could be the biggest lead in the investigation so far. >>> and how she rolls. gisele caught on camera, baby in one arm driving a four-wheeler
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
. >> understand. tori, thanks so much. >>> west virginia's water problem could soon be ohio's. cincinnati officials are so worried contaminated water could flow in the ohio river, they've taken action. two water intake valves that feeds the water supply are closed today as the water of west virginia moves through the ohio river. over the past 24 hours, a small number of west virginia residents were allowed to drink their tap water. hundreds of thousands of others are still banned. freedom industries is now under federal investigation and has not spoken one word since this press conference on friday. >> it has been an extremely hard day. i'm having trouble talking at the moment. i'd appreciate it if we can wrap this thing up. >> we actually have a long questions. it's been a long day for a lot of people that don't have water. >> then there was the facebook post from kathy stover-kennedy. she's the girlfriend of an executive. i'm not asking for sympathy but a little empathy wouldn't hurt. i showered and brushed my teeth this morning and i'm just fine. end quote. we are in charleston, west v
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
took oath of office as governor of the commonwealth of virginia. they have to figure out how to woo the obama crowd, put their best foot forward on the road to 1600 hochl you do they do it? former adviser to president obama and msnbc senior political analyst and democratic strategist who served as senior adviser to the super pac called ready for hillary. let me start with you, david, on this issue of -- you know, it's always a little bit uncomfortable to talk about the next leader of a party, even in the second term of a president, who is term limited. obviously, president obama is leader of the democratic party, the de facto leader. the clintons, at some point, if hillary is going to run for president, they're going to reassert their leadership. is this an appropriate thing for them to be doing right now? >> you know, i have no problem with it. wro think the president has any problem with it. they're going to be in demand among candidates who are running in 2014. i expect to see president clinton, in particular, out there figure russly campaigning for democrats because democrats ar
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
investigation. >>> a drinking ban lifted for residents in west virginia. last thursday a chemical spill tainted the water supply for roughly around 300,000 people. they were told not to drink, to bathe or wash dishes with the water. officials are lifting the ban in waves to be sure the system isn't overloaded with demand. >>> new jersey governor chris christie will deliver his state of the state address today. the speech comes amid several investigations into alleged misconduct involving members of his administration. and now federal auditors are digging into how christie's administration used superstorm sandy relief funds. >>> developing news in parts of the bay area where there is a red flag warning today. firefighters on high alert this morning because of the dangerous conditions. kpix 5's mark kelly is in the berkeley hills with more. >> reporter: it's folks living here in the berkeley hills and in the north bay who have to be on alert. the national weather service put out this red flag warning last night. it's going to stretch all the way until thursday 8 a.m. and it's got firefigh
Univision
Jan 14, 2014 5:35am PST
autoridades de virginia occidental seqalaron hoy que la planta donde un drrame quimico contamino el suministro de agua rara vez ha sido inspeccionada por reguladores del gobierno. agregaron que siempre la consideraron una operacion de bajo riesgo. sin embargo, los roductos quimicos almacenados en esas instalaciones cerca del rio elk, dejaron sin el servicio de agua a 300 mil residentes.. la patrulla fronteriza comenzo a usar unos robots para detectar actividades ilegales en tuneles ubicados en la frontera entre arizona y mexico!! la mencionada agencia seqalo que los tuneles son utilizados para trasladar personas, drogas, armas y otros materiales ilegales. desde 2008, se han descubierto mas de 75 pasadizos subterraneos en la frontera, principalmente en california y arizona. en instantes...un piloto un tanto despistado se equivoca de aropuerto a la hora de aterrizar su aeronave un hombre con la ropa manchada de sangre entro a una estacion de la policia de las vegas y confeso haber cometido un crimen horrible. un hombre de ohio intento comprar a una niqa de diez aqos, para tener sexo c
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am PST
. >>> 5:10. a water ban lifted in west virginia following a chemical spill. but is it safe to drink? why some residents aren't sure. plus -- >> the whole community is going to take a huge loss from him on that. >> a text message triggers a deadly movie theater shooting. what we're learning about the victim and the man who pulled the trigger. >> and, no, it's not a highlight from the x games. this rider could go to jail, coming up. i miss my old school. i miss my room. i don't want special treatment. i just wanna feel normal. to help, sleep train is collecting pajamas for foster children, big and small. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help make a foster child's night a little cozier. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. people across america are experof finish quantum, shine voting it product of the year, better homes and garden's best new dishwasher detergent, and now it has the good housekeeping seal, giving finish quantum more honors than ever before. finish quantum delivers amazing clean and shine, which cascade actionpacs just can't do. tak
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Jan 14, 2014 5:00am PST
charleston y otras zonas de virginia occidental ya pueden contar con agua potable tras cinco dias de abstinencia debido a un derrame quimico, la primera ♪. ♪. ♪. >> es una luchadora incansable. un procedimiento estÉtico en sus glÚteos la puso al borde de la muerte. viviÓ para contarlo. y ahora, volviÓ con mÁs energÍa que nunca. de esto y nos hablamos hace un rato nada mÁs. >> es la reina del rock en mÉxico. la inspiraciÓn para muchas mujeres hispanas que la han visto caer y levantarse. alejandra guzmÁn no se rinde. llena de optimismo nos habla de la dura prueba que enfrentÓ en sus 18 operaciones y celebra esta bebida. >> he luchado por estar viva. hace 23 aÑos comenzÓ mi problema. pero al final, todo eso lo convertir en mÚsica. en cosas positivas. porque tengo mucho que decir. entoncesestar en una situaciÓn como en la que yo estuve. quiero agradecer a la vida y a dios, a toda la gente que me estÁ dando la oportunidad de llegar a donde siempre he soÑado. hacer mÚsica. quÉ es lo mejor que pudo hacer. >> asÍ dio vida al mejor disco de su carrera. Éstas son im
KRON
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am PST
. a virginia squires game-used jersey worn by julius erving sold for $190,414 in 2011. >> we will be right back. here is a live look from mount tam. the winds are picking up and our concern for fire danger. line >> welcome back. long time northern california congressman george miller will not run for re-election this fall. the east bay democratic lawmaker made the announcement monday. his decision marks the end of a 40-year career on capitol hill. in a written statement, miller said he is proud of what he has been able to accomplish in congress. he added. he now looks forward to a final year of "fighting the good fight" in >> this weekend the n-h-l's washington capitals granted the wish of 8-year-old canada native braden neinaber through the children's wish foundation of canada. as part of his wish, during sunday's n-h-l game between the washington capitals and buffalo sabres neinaber participated in a ceremonial puck drop with caps captain alex ovechkin and sabres captain steve ott. the puck drop took an unexpected turn when neinaber threw ott out of the face-off. >> if you want piz
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am EST
weeks of benefits, california offered 63 weeks, most others to 63 weeks.eks virginia, vermont, new hampshire, and several other unemploymentow weeks. 40 weeks to 42 those extensions expired last month, they all dropped to 26 weeks or fewer. kelly, prescott, arizona, independent calling in. talking about unemployment benefits. wondering how long is too long for folks to receive this? how about we start -- they start asking people how long is too long? host: that is what we are asking viewers today, what do you think? should it be an individual decision? caller: yeah. ask them how long is too long, what would you do if you could. what are your skills, what are your talents, let's start asking people. there needs to be a census. that is just the beginning. anything like that to even avoid -- there is no reason for unemployment, it has gone on too long. host: kelly in arizona. george from virginia on our line for independents. good morning. caller: yeah. i think a year would be long enough for anyone. i know this from experience. wheni was on unemployment i lost my job, i laid on it un
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am PST
, susan. >>> the water's coming back for some families in west virginia. 45,000 people in the dharl charlton area are able to turn on their taps this morning. but more than 250,000 others still have no running water six days after a chemical spill. schools will remain closed today. it could be days before everyone gets the all-clear. >>> southwest airlines grounded two veteran pilots who landed at the wrong airport sunday. they mistakenly set down the boeing 737 in a small county airfield in missouri, instead of branson airport, about seven miles away. no one was hurt, but some of the 124 passengers on board say the jet stopped abruptly on a short runway. >> the runway maybe looks like three blocks long and that's it. and we were the only plane sitting out there. so it's kind of hard to imagine that they didn't know it shouldn't have been there. >> federal safety officials are investigating the mistake. the southwest jet took off monday and was put back into service. >>> coming up on the "cbs morning news." alex rodriguez makes his case against major league baseball. >>> and motorcy
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am PST
shirts that read, "this is not justice". >>> at least some of the 300,000 people in west virginia waiting nearly a week to drink and bathe in their tap water are finally getting some relief. six days after that massive chemical spill in the elk river, 10,000 people are now being told that the water is safe despite a strong licorice smell. the chemical company responsible for the leak, freedom industries, had not been inspected since 1991. >>> the southwest pilot who landed a plane at the wrong missouri airport has been grounded along with his co-pilot. the plane took off yesterday from the smaller airport seven miles from its intended destination, and the black boxes have been sent to federal investigators in washington. 124 passengers were on board when the plane touched down on the short runway and came to a screeching halt just shy of a cliff. many experts are baffled. >> this airplane has so much technology, it can put this crew within eight feet of any point on the earth, and so why they weren't using it, why it wasn't employed here and why they took their visual cues and got
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
disaster. >> that dangerous chemical spill in west virginia has now drawn the ire of erin brock vich. authorities are lifting the do not use order by zones hoping to have the taps flowing again soon for everyone. we are live in charleston with much more on this. soon definitely cannot come soon enough since it has been days for all of those residents. >> reporter: 75,000 people have now been given that long awaited word that they can turn on their faucets and let their water run. but that means 225,000 people are still waiting for the green light. they've been without water since that chemical leak was detected back on thursday. federal investigators have now arrived on scene. the chemical safety board says it will also delve into any safety data concerning the chemical itself that can be chabl and they will look into the plant's record of inspection. over the weekend the state's department of environmental protection says the plant was last inspected back in 1991. the dep now says its records indicate that an inspector returned to the plant in 2010 and found that nothing was wrong.
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
. what coming up next? >> senator joe manchin joins us. a big story out of west virginia. also former governor jon huntsman will be on the show and jane pauley we will talk to her about her new book and she is amazing. and mark mckinnon is on the set. >> a hippie. >> most amazing man in the world and he's in colorado. do you think he's smoked a few? >> no comment. >>> up next, the top stories in the politico playbook. >>> first, bill karins with a check on the forecast. didn't i just see you in the hall? >> no. which one would i be? the donkey or the el paca? don't answer that. >>> good morning, everyone. let's talk about this forecast out on there. the rain is moving up the eastern seaboard. like we have been in march the last four or five days. remember all of the snow we had about the country? a quarter of that is gone and melted. we have rain this morning. the green on the map is light rain all the way to northern new england. we have rain around washington, d.c. and baltimore. it's a light rain at that. but it will be with you for much of the morning commute and into the afternoo
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
people urged not to drink the water in west virginia can do it again, they lifted the water use on monday and it went into effect last week where a chemical leak made much of the drinking water in the state untouchable or undrinkable. >> the numbers we have look good and finally at a point where the do not use order has been lifted in certain areas. >> reporter: to keep the water system from being overwhelmed restrictions are lifted in phases across the state. residents are first being asked to flush out their plumbing system by running their faucets for 20 minutes. toddler madeline mccann vanished six years ago and they are reportedly ready to make the first arrest in the case and she disappeared in 2007 with her parents and scott land yard is working with the police to detain three men they believe were running a burglary ring at the time madeline was reported missing and scott land yard says it sent a request to the authorities but won't say what it is. in florida a man was shot and killed and his wife wounded in what appears to be an argument over texting in a movie theatre. tw
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
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MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 2:30am PST
west virginia. officials yesterday started to lift the tap water ban that affected 300,000 residents since the chemical spill on thursday. the customers must flush their own systems first. there is a color coded zone map to determine who can use the water. places in critical need such as hospitals are going first. there are growing questions about the company responsible for the leak. more than a dozen lawsuits have been filed against freedom industries and its facility was never inspected because it was considered a storage facility. meanwhile recycling officials are now leading a push to recycle as many plastic bottles of water as possible. fema has distributed at least 4 million bottles. >>> two southwest pilots who landed their plane at an airport 7 miles away from its intended destination will be suspended with pay while the investigation into just what happened continues. southwest flight 4013 left chicago's midway airport, headed on to branson, missouri. sources say the pilot were in contact with the branson tower and cleared to land, but the pilots lined up with the runway at
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 2:00am PST
leak of a dangerous chemical into west virginia's water supply. it's growing this morning with a judge now issuing an order against the company responsible for the leak. that as the crisis has left hundreds of thousands of people unable to use their tap water now for days. the crisis is abating. we've got more today. we should find out, can they turn on the water? when can they turn on the tap? alexandra field is live in charleston, west virginia this morning. alexandra, what's the latest? >> reporter: good morning, christine. 75,000 people have been given the word that they can turn on their faucets and let that water run, but 225,000 people are still waiting for the same green light. freedom industries, the company that's believed to be responsible for the leak that contaminated the water supply, is now at the heart of a civil suit. overnight, a judge ruled that the company could not alter, destroy or change any evidence related to the case. the chemical safety board has also arrived on site now to begin their investigation. they'll be looking at the possible failure of equipme
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 2:00am PST
people in west virginia are waking up to clean tap water. state officials giving the all clear to about 45,000 residents. but that still means some 255,000 people are going a sixth day without clean water. the governor is urging patience. >> we've made a lot of progress, but i ask all west virginiians to continue to be patient as we work to safely restore service to the affected areas. the water will be coming back on, but it will be done in a systemic way. >> last thursday, a chemical leaked into a river polluting the water supply. the national guard is testing samples, but it could be days before everyone gets the okay. >>> a huge three-alarm fire lit up the night sky in northern massachusetts on monday. it engulfed a paper myself and september dark smoke into the air. this is the third time the mill has caught fire in the past five years. fire officials say all three times nothing appears suspicious. >>> a large fire also in pasadena, texas, almost a dozen families are out of their homes thanks to the apartment fire monday evening. over 100 firefighters worked to contain the bl
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 2:00am PST
. i don't want to drink it and bathe in it. >> it could be days before all of the west virginia counties are given the go ahead. >> southwest airlines grounding the two veteran pilots who landed a passenger jet at the wrong missouri airport. the men put on paid leave until the federal investigation into the incident is completed. the plane eventually took off without issue on the shortened runway. it lifted off from cheney county airport nearly 20 hours after it was supposed to land at branson airport which was 7 miles away. this by the way the second time in two months the jet landed at the wrong airport. >> who was buying obamacare? not young people, apparently. new numbers are revealing the critical demographic isn't enrolling as much as the administration hoped they would. kelly wright is live in our studio to tell us what the white house is going to do without the young enrollees. good morning, kelly. only 24 percent of 49,000 enrollees are in the 18 to 34 age bracket. critics say without a larger portion of young people obamacare will only develop more problems. two messag
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